Pennsylvania Transitional Housing

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  • Oxford House Easton Website Learn more 219 Easton Rd
    Willow Grove, PA - 19090
    8566196323
    Oxford House Easton is a democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. This facility accepts men only. Every Oxford house represents an effective and low cost method of preventing relapse. A representative of each House in the Chapter meets with the others on a monthly basis, to .. see more
  • Self Email Website Learn more 1425 Arch Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19102
    (215) 496-9610
    Self strongly believes that every participant has the right to safe, affordable, permanent housing; earning a livable wage; being connected to family; being connected to community; and to achieve successful independent living through personal development and transformation. They also believe that .. see more
  • Veterans Leadership Program Of Western Pennsylvania, Inc. Email Website Learn more 2417 East Carson Street
    Pittsburgh, PA - 15203
    (412) 481-8200
    Veterans Leadership Program helps Veterans secure affordable apartments located in safe neighborhoods, and close to community amenities & transportation.  VLP is a housing first model that assists Veterans with finding and maintaining their own apartments. They made valuable relationships .. see more
  • Self Help Movement Inc Email Website Learn more 2600 Southampton Road
    Philadelphia, PA - 19116
    (215) 677-7778
    Self Help Movement is an Alcohol and Other Drug residential treatment facility located in the Far Northeast section of Philadelphia. They are a short and long term medically monitored residential program serving men, 17 years of age and older, consisting of three levels of residential treatment. .. see more
  • Women Against Abuse, Inc. Email Website Learn more 100 South Broad Street,
    Philadelphia, PA - 19110
    (215) 386-1280
    Women Against Abuse, a 501(c)3 nonprofit agency, is Philadelphia’s leading domestic violence advocate and service provider and among the largest domestic violence agencies in the country.  The mission of Women Against Abuse is to provide quality, compassionate, and nonjudgmental services in a m .. see more
  • Sanity Recovery Homes Email Learn more 116 Center St
    Kingston, PA - 18704
    (570) 846-5680
    A structured living environment for people's in recovery. Their goal is to promote the well-being of men and women in recovery from the disease of addiction by providing a safe, structured living environment. They set the highest standards to empower personal growth and a foundation for long term .. see more
  • Bethesda Project Email Website Learn more 1630 South Street
    Philadelphia, PA - 19146
    (215) 985-1600
    Bethesda Project operates 14 sites throughout Center City Philadelphia for individual adults experiencing homelessness. These sites range from emergency shelter to safe haven provisions to supportive housing to independent living spaces.  OBP is run in conjunction with the City of Philadelphia an .. see more
  • Time for a New Start Email Learn more 2416 W. Lehigh
    Philadelphia, PA - 19132
    267-393-5930
    Located in the Nicetown section of Philadelphia, Time for a New Start is a newly remodeled facility offering affordable transitional recovery living in a clean and sober environment. House dues are waived for the first month! Twice daily meals prepared by their professional cook are provided a .. see more
  • New Insights II Website Learn more 716 State Street
    Lemoyne, PA - 17043
    (717) 303-2035
    New Insights Services Drug and Alcohol Evaluations Partial Hospitalization  Program  - "Rehab While at Work" Traditional Outpatient Services Intensive Outpatient Program Relapse Prevention Family Program Programs for Women Recovery  Houses CRN Evaluation D .. see more
  • Johnson’s Recovery Email Learn more 54th and Locust St
    Philadelphia , PA - 19134
    (484) 745-8411
    2 bedroom house that can fit 5 girls. Basic hygiene products included first 30 days.  Basic food included for first 30 days . Weekly house meeting, chores, 12 step or Recovery method like therapy one on one, transportation provided or bus pass. May sleep out once a week, Curfew 12 we .. see more


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